Category: Inspiring

To The Guy Who Taught Me The Most Important Lesson About Love

This was first written back in 2016, but the lesson lasts a lifetime.   I once read an article that stated love compatibility was largely reliant on whether both people were logically or emotionally driven. I disagree. I think the only way to grow in love, similar to as a person, is to be challenged.

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Candytopia

This article first appeared in The Independent Newspaper. Read more about #EverythingEastEnd here   Take a walk on the sweet side into a museum that’s a confectionery dream. New York City welcomed Candytopia, with sugary goodness to devour at every turn amid crafted, interactive artwork made entirely of candy. The magical place was only steps

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Four Farm Fresh: Long Island Grown

The following is a series of articles I pitched & published for The Independent Newspaper in September of 2018. Read more about #EverythingEastEnd here Farm land as far as the eye can see. That was once the beauty and bounty of Long Island’s East End. Despite supermarket takeovers, farming is still a prominent profession for

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East End Fare Meets Swedish Flair

This article first appeared in The Independent Newspaper. Read more about #EverythingEastEnd here   The Maidstone Hotel is a quintessential part of the East Hampton landscape and an undeniable entryway into town. It stands on the north side of the highway, across from the beautiful Town Pond, with its requisite swans and other water birds,

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Yoga On The Farm

Sure, some people have heard of goat yoga, but have you ever heard of farm yoga? My typical response to yoga is nama-stay out of it, which is the exact way I’ve led off prior columns on my yoga experiences (some feelings never change). However, when I was informed about yoga amid baby goats and

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Interior Design Our Lives

How many interior designers, architects, and so forth are there? The answer is: a lot. And without any scientific or psychological proof, or input from the professionals, I’ve concluded, based on my own personal experience, that the décor of a room has a direct effect on overall well-being. I’ve recently moved and, for the first

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Thirty & Thriving?

I turned on my TV (yes, I still actually have cable) to “The Today Show.” Commercials of exotic vacations, places to eat, and ways to cure ailments preluded segments featuring entrepreneurs, ways to look younger, marriage trends, and parenting psychology. On any other day, I’d view this as just basic television programming. Yet, with March

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